This is an early or draft version of De Re Atari, by Chris Crawford, Lane Winner, Mike Ekberg, and others in the Software Development Support Group at Atari. The published version is here. Another early version of this document is here. I don't know if this version or that other one came first. Topics: Atari 400, Atari 800, Atari 8-bit, Chris Crawford, De Re Atari, Software Development Support Group
Advanced Programming Techniques For Your Atari - Files======================================================Unlike most Atari programming books that claim to cover advanced topics and onlycover a few things or quickly gloss over the advanced areas, this one covers quite a few advanced topics in some depth.In particular, many chapters cover creating custom disk and cassette boot images.As such, I've included sample images for all of them in case you run into problems. Unfortunately there are... Topics: Atari 800, Atari 8-bit
The second Atari Program Exchange (APX) catalog, featuring user-written software for the Atari 400 and 800 home computers. Topics: Atari 400, Atari 800, Atari 8-bit, APX, Atari Program Exchange, software
Scans of Gray Chang's handwritten notebook detailing the development process of the Atari 400/800 game Claim Jumper, published by Synapse Software.Kevin Savetz scanned this notebook, with permission from Gray, in December 2014.The hi-res, 600 DPI TIFF version expands to 21 GB. I could never get these TIFF files to render right in the Internet Archive in-browser viewer. But when I converted them to JPGs it worked, so you can view the notebook in browser here. Topics: Atari 800, Synapse Software, Claim Jumper, Gray Chang, Dog Daze, assembly language, software...
This is an early or draft version of De Re Atari, by Chris Crawford, Lane Winner, Mike Ekberg, and others in the Software Development Support Group at Atari. This version is circa 1980. The published version is here. Topics: Atari 400, Atari 800, Atari 8-bit, Chris Crawford, De Re Atari, Software Development Support Group
Owners manual for the ITalk II voice synthesizer for the Atari 400 and 800 computers. By RealTime Electronics. More information about this device is here: http://atariage.com/forums/topic/229504-italk-ii-voice-synthesizer-for-atari-400800/ Topics: Atari 400. Atari 800, voice synthesizer, voice syntheses, RealTime Electronics, ITalk II
This book was written by Atari in 1980 specifically to teach people who had bought their arcade games how to repair them. As you might expect, The Book assumes that you have little to no knowledge about electronics so it’s great for beginners. (Description from arcaderepairtips.com) Topics: atari, arcade games, arcade repair, electronics, pcb, electronics repair, game servicing, game...
Feb 21, 2014byGerits, K; Englisch, L; Bruckmann, R
K. Gerits, L. Englisch & R. Bruckmann Anatomy of the Atari ST ( Atari ST Internals ) First Publishing Ltd 1985 Acrobat 7 Pdf 17.9 Mb. Scanned by artmisa using Canon DR2580C + flatbed option Topics: Computer, Atari ST, 68000, 68901, 6850, MIDI, MFP, ACIA, YM2149
Feb 21, 2014byEnglish, L; Walkowiak, J; D'Haem, Jim
L. English & J. Walkowiak The First Atari ST Book ( Presenting the Atari ST ) First Publishing Ltd. 1985 Acrobat 7 Pdf 10.0 Mb. Scanned by artmisa using Canon DR2580C + flatbed option Topics: Computing, Atari ST, GEM, BDOS, LOGO, 68000